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Just released diagram by doctor who held dying JFK proves new book right.

This sketch by Robert McClelland, M.D., who was present in Trauma Room #1 when JFK’s moribund body was brought in, does not prove there were TWO assassins, but it does prove there were MORE THAN ONE, and thereby confirms the conclusions of the newest book and the latest research on JFK.
The new book, JFK: Who, How, and Why: Solving the World’s Greatest Murder Mystery(2017) explains how we know that JFK was hit at least four times: once in the back (from behind); once in the throat (from in front); and twice in the head (from behind and from the right/front).
If you want to know who was responsible and why JFK was taken out, you don’t want to miss this new book, the fourth collection of expert studies edited by Jim Fetzer, Ph.D., a former Marine Corps officer and McKnight Professor Emeritus on the Duluth Campus of the University of Minnesota.
Bringing together 13 experts on the death of JFK, the book explains how he was set up by the Secret Service, how his body was stolen, his X-rays altered, his autopsy photos faked and the Zapruder film revised.
Distinctions are drawn between the SPONSORS (individuals and groups who wanted him out and LBJ in), the FACILITATORS (who made it happen and covered it up), and the MECHANICS (the shooters, their supervisors and coordinators), where six of the assassins are identified here.
You will be blown away to learn how we know Lee Harvey Oswald was not in the “assassin’s lair” on the sixth floor but was standing in the doorway of the Texas School Book Depository as the motorcade passed by—which is the darkest secret the Warren Commission was designed to conceal.
Softcover, 529 pages, 1,037 photos (including 486 frames of the Zapruder film).
Available in B&W ($20) and COLOR ($30).
Autograph and inscription available upon request.

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